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ARIES March 21 - April 20

So many sep­a­rate pieces seem to be fall­ing in place now that you’re fi­nally ready to cut loose from the past. Nev­er­the­less, it’s as if you in­tu­itively sense there’s an­other shoe to drop -- even if you don’t want to sit around wait­ing for it. Ex­press feel­ings with­out wait­ing for an ad­di­tional sign.

TAU­RUS April 21 - May 21

You’re in a quiet mood to­day; in fact, you feel a lit­tle burned out from at­tend­ing so­cial event. Cur­rently there’s no rest for the weary. You want to avoid crowds, but you don’t like the idea of missing out. Dr. De­ba­sish Mridha wrote, “Win­ning is some­thing, but par­tic­i­pa­tion is ev­ery­thing.”

GEM­INI May 22 - June 21

There is a story to tell, and no one will dare to in­ter­rupt your per­for­mance now. Your mes­sage could be up­set­ting to some peo­ple, but they won’t stop you from ram­bling along if your pre­sen­ta­tion goes too far afield. Nev­er­the­less, you must be your own self-starter if you want to be heard.

CAN­CER June 22 - July 23

You may be hap­pily emerg­ing from a long-term in­cu­ba­tion. Although the cos­mic egg served its pur­pose, you don’t need to give any­one your rea­sons why you’re ready to leave the nest. You un­der­stand that you’ll re­main where you are un­less you start break­ing your way out to­day.

LEO July 24 - Au­gust 23

Mak­ing fi­nal prepa­ra­tions is a smart use of your time to­day, es­pe­cially if you’re anx­ious to em­bark on a new ad­ven­ture. Although others are in­ter­ested in your mes­sage, they pre­fer to en­gage in a spon­ta­neous di­a­logue over any topic that sim­ply arises out of the chaos.

VIRGO Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 23

You’re brim­ming with so much en­ergy that you can’t help but let it rip full throt­tle. First you must be care­ful when pick­ing your di­rec­tion be­cause chang­ing cars in mid­dle of a race is dan­ger­ous. You may need to fine tune your tra­jec­tory a few times be­fore you know your aim is true.

LI­BRA Septem­ber 24 - Oc­to­ber 23

The clouds in your personal sky are part­ing to re­veal dis­tant hori­zons that were pre­vi­ously out of sight. You are en­thu­si­as­ti­cally an­tic­i­pat­ing the next chap­ter of your life. You re­al­ize the fu­ture is yours to cre­ate, but there are still re­la­tion­ship is­sues that re­main un­re­solved.

SCOR­PIO Oc­to­ber 24 - Novem­ber 22

You are proud to stand up for your be­liefs, even if it means re­veal­ing vul­ner­a­ble facts about your­self. Your pen­chant for pri­vacy is nor­mally meant to es­tab­lish clear bound­aries. Play­ing your cards slowly and with in­ten­tion is wiser than at­tempt­ing to ac­com­plish vic­tory on the first hand.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS Novem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 21

It may seem as if you’ve been here be­fore, but you are reach­ing into new ter­ri­tory as you re­ex­am­ine your cur­rent path in life. Although your long-term goals have been evolv­ing over time, the pace ap­pears to pick up con­sid­er­ably to­day. Don’t rush the process; plans will start to gel soon.

CAPRI­CORN De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20

No mat­ter what kind of plans you made for the week­end, you re­al­ize that a wider range of op­tions must be con­sid­ered be­fore you wan­der off and fol­low a whim. Other peo­ple may be de­pend­ing on you now and you don’t want to let them down. Be­ing re­spon­si­ble is ad­mirable.

AQUAR­IUS Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 19

Deal­ing with a re­la­tion­ship cri­sis con­tin­ues to dom­i­nate your emo­tional band­width, even if it is part of a larger and more com­plex set of cir­cum­stances. You may know where the other per­son stands be­cause they tell you in no un­cer­tain terms now. A lit­tle pa­tience won’t hurt to­day

PISCES Fe­bru­ary 20 - March 20

You’re not only look­ing to im­prove your life; you want to make a state­ment about life­style choices. If you’re chang­ing your diet, do it with a bold­ness that ev­ery­one can ap­pre­ci­ate. Writer Wil­liam Arthur Ward wrote, “A true friend knows your weak­nesses but shows you your strengths.”

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